Those who invited in this draw required to have a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (C.R.S) score of 471 points to be selected for this Invitation round. The prior draw which held on 13 November had a minimum CRS demand of 472 points.
The Federal Express Entry system controls the pool of qualified applicants for Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Class, and Canadian Experience Class, and Canadian Federal Skilled Trades Class.
These are the principal pathways for skilled immigrants to get Canada PR. Applicants are given a score below the CRS based on the parameters such as the age of the applicant, educational level, skilled work experience and skill in English language and/or French language.
A fixed number of the top-ranked applicants are invited to appeal for Canada PR by the regular draws from the Express Entry pool.
9 Canadian provinces and 2 Canadian territories have so-called “enhanced” provincial streams that are associated with the Express Entry system. These streams support these provinces and territories to invite Express Entry applicants to apply for a nomination from the Canadian province for PR in Canada.
Express Entry applicants who earn a provincial nomination can receive a supplementary 600 CRS points score and it effectively secures an invitation from the Federal Government of Canada to apply for Canada PR.
Many enhanced provincial nomination streams have low or even no CRS score demands. Latest weeks have observed enhanced provincial nomination streams in Manitoba, Alberta, Prince Edward Island and British Columbia issues invitations to apply to Express Entry applicants.
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